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Air Jordan 1 Low Hyper Turquoise
There will definitely be whispers of “Tiffany” in regards to this upcoming colorway for the Air Jordan 1 Low, and we’re not talking about the ’80s pop singer. Of course, the Tiffany comparison for this turquoise and black look for the low-top 1s is the now-iconic Diamond Supply Co. color scheme on their famous Nike SB Dunks. If the Dunks in question have still eluded you to this point, are these a worthy substitute? Check out the “Hyper Turquoise” Air Jordan 1 Low in detail here, and expect them to his US Jordan Brand retailers soon.
If you can think back this is the same colorway that was spotted in the video where Don C went sneaker shopping at RIF L.A. with Complex. This Jimmy Butler PE colorway of the Air Jordan XX9 Low features a Chicago Bulls-inspired colorway as red and black elephant print dominate the entire upper with additional black detailing covering the inner liner, tongue and laces. A red midsole, icy blue outsole and Jimmy Butler’s logo on the tongue of the left shoe finish off the look on this XX9 Low that is scheduled to release on February 24th for $190.
In just a few more days, the much-anticipated Air Jordan 12 The Master will make its official debut at retailers worldwide.
As previously reported, the sneaker’s classic makeup essentially takes cues from the brand’s ad campaign which debuted in the late ?90s. The stealthy tone of black covers almost the sneaker’s entirety which is comprised of premium leather, while it continues towards the tongue and sole unit.
In addition, accents of grey on the miniature side panels, branding on the tongue and pull tabs subtly offset the makeup, followed by metallic gold accents on the upper eyelets. Priced at $190, you can purchase a pair at select Nike and JB stockists on February 27th.
Get ready folks, because this year’s return of the Air Jordan 12 is about to begin. One of the most celebrated Air Jordans of all is back in a big way in 2016, and it all kicks off with the impressive “The Master” colorway this weekend. Drawing inspiration from an iconic poster from the shoe’s original ad campaign in 1997, the shoe features an all-black leather upper with grey accents and metallic gold detailing. With a look that should be easily accepted as one of the best non-OG Air Jordan 12 colorways ever, these should be a hot commodity this Saturday, so take a good look at them here and mark the 27th on your calendars.
In this edition of Sneakers In 4K, we take a look at the upcoming Air Jordan 12 The Master. An elegant rendition of the iconic Air Jordan 12, The Master colorway takes its cues from an old school Michael Jordan Nike poster featuring His Airness in position to strike fear into his opponent like only the GOAT can. With a luxurious remastered tumbled leather with white and gold hits, this is sure to be a treasured pair with the Air Jordan 12 fans who have been waiting a long time for a proper wide release of the beautiful silhouette.
The Air Jordan XX9 Low Jimmy Buckets Has A Release Date
The Air Jordan XXX may be on the scene, but there’s still at least one release of the XX9 to look forward to. Just previewed earlier this morning, we now have a release details for the Air Jordan XX9 Low “Jimmy Buckets”. The shoe is a special edition for Jimmy Butler, one of the brand’s biggest ambassadors currently on the NBA court. With an obviously Bulls-themed colorway, the Flyweave upper sports a black and red elephant pattern with red leather heel panels complete with 3-D “23” on the heels. Jimmy’s logo is found on the right shoe’s tongue to finish them off. Enjoy a detailed look at the Air Jordan XX9 Low “Jimmy Buckets” here, and take note that they’ll be dropping this Wednesday at select Jordan Brand retailers.
Jordan Brand is making serious moves on the retail level. Just a few years ago, the only Jordan Brand in-store retail experience was inside NikeTowns and other retail partners, but it’s clear that the Jumpman logo is powerful enough to cultivate a standalone retail experience for its consumers. 32 South State was a major step forward as was the confirmation of 36 Yonge in Toronto, and today the largest Jordan store in Asia is now open for business. Located in the hustle and bustle of the Central District in Hong Kong, Jordan Brand at 8 Wellington offers unique experiences for shoppers such as reservation-only services, a Jumpman mural by Michael Lau, and much more. If you’re a Jordan-ite in the HK region, stop by today.
2-8 Wellington Street
Central, Hong Kong
Time sure flies, doesn’t it? Seems like just yesterday Jordan Brand unleashed the six-part “Kilroy Pack”, which placed the Air Jordan 9 Retro as the centerpiece of an impressive collection inspired by MJ’s alter egos during his retirement. In 2016, Jordan’s first retirement shoe will be a big hit once again as the low-top version will be made available in a variety of colorways, like this bright red pair that features dark grey speckling and lining for that obvious appeal. You can expect these during the Summer seasons, when low-top Air Jordan Retros reign supreme. Peep another photo alongside the “Bred Snakeskin” pair below.
Jordan Brand Releases An Air Jordan XX9 Low Jimmy Buckets PE
As one of Jordan Brand’s top NBA performers for about the last year now, it’s about time the brand hooked Jimmy Butler up with something special. And that’s exactly what they did with this awesome Air Jordan XX9 Low PE, featuring a vibrant red elephant pattern across the Flyweave upper. Accompanied by a “Jimmy Buckets” t-shirt, the shoe will not only be a PE for Butler himself, as it’s hit retail in the Chicago area already. Stay tuned to Sneaker News for any info on a wider release, and get a hold of your Chicago friends in the meantime if you need a pair.
Jordan Brand Just Opened Jordan 8 Wellington, Asias Largest Jordan-Only Store In Hong Kong
Jordan Brand recently opened their Jordan 8 Wellington store in Hong Kong, which instantly became Asia?s largest Jordan-only store. Said to offer a unique and creative approach to premium retail shopping, let’s take a closer look.
Jordan 8 Wellington provides several different members-only offerings that include things such as custom t-shorts and jerseys as well as a chance to pre-register to gain access to Jordan Brand product. They also have something called Jordan Flight Camp, which offers product education and training services. In addition there is also a wear-test area that allows visitors to try on selected sneakers against basketball drills and mover which are displayed on a digital wall.
Jordan 8 Wellington is also the first Asian Jordan store to adopt the brand?s new design concept, which originated at Chicago?s 32 South State Street store and which celebrates the legend of Michael Jordan through art installations and historical displays. Things such as the Jumpman centerpiece made by renowned artist Michael Lau connects the Jordan legacy to local culture. Additionally, you will also find a wall of sneakers consisting of the entire Air Jordan 1-30 Gold collection.
Interested in visiting the store? The Jordan Brand Wellington Hong Kong Store is located at 8 Wellington Street, Central, Hong Kong. Check out the images above and let us know what you think.
This Air Jordan 12 The Master continues the celebration of MJ?s soaring moments of greatness, while also consisting as one half of the brand’s “Poster” collection, which also includes the AJ 2.
Essentially deriving its classic theme from the label’s ad campaign which debuted in the late ’90s, the sneaker flaunts an understated makeup with black covering the majority of its premium leather upper. The subdued tone is continued towards its tongue and sole unit, while subtle contrasting hits of grey are evidenced on the miniature side panels, rear pull tabs, branding on the tongue, as well on the outsole.
Finished off with metallic gold accents provided by the upper eyelets, you can find this standout variation of the silhouette at select JB and Nike accounts starting February 27th for a retail price tag of $190.
A new Air Jordan 12 GS in Dynamic Pink, which is essentially a girls-exclusive variation of the silhouette, is suggested to coordinate with this year’s upcoming Valentine?s Day as well.
While the silhouette doesn?t quite correlate with the typical red/white theme, the sneaker?s defining vibrant hue is rendered slightly brighter than its traditional finish. Prominent along its forefoot, outsole, inner lining, tongue and pull tabs, a pristine white hue converges across its upper to cap off the eye-catching palette.
Subtle contrasting elements include grey paneling on the sides and metallic silver eyelets.
Renz Ofiaza, News: I’m a fan of the silhouette in general and it’s nice to see a colorway that’s exclusive for the ladies. It’s nice, vibrant and pretty simple. Ladies who like the model/colorway should be excited.
This upcoming Air Jordan 12 GS Dynamic Pink consists as the latest girls exclusive variation of the silhouette, which is scheduled to make its arrival very soon.
Essentially sporting a vibrant two-tone finish, white consists as its contrasting hue, which is prominent on the sneaker’s tongue and majority of its premium leather upper. The defining shade is implemented on the inner lining, forefoot, heel and outsole unit, while additional hits are evidenced on the tongue via branding.
Other notable details consist of metallic silver eyelets on the ankle area, in addition to miniature grey paneling across the sides. You can purchase a pair at select JB and Nike stockists on March 5th for a retail price tag of $140.
We all know about the upcoming release of the Air Jordan 9 Low Black / White that’s set to drop on April 16th, but we just got word that there may be more Air Jordan 9 Low releases on the way, starting off with this brand new colorway of the model. Today we take a first look at the Jordan 9 Low done up in a pretty bold look.
The low-top version of the Air Jordan 9 opts to come in a tonal colorway that’s covered in a red-ish/bright crimson colorway. Offsetting the monochromatic look on the upper are the black accents found on the tongue, laces and midsole branding of the shoe. Additional black hits are seen on the speckling of the red midsole, while yellow/gold hits are featured on the Jordan branding placed on the tongue and heel. No release information yet, but stay tuned to find out. Thoughts? Let us know in the comments below.
I like it better than the Black and White version, but I feel a lot more people would have liked it if it came in a more sold red colorway. Not sure how many people would want to rock Crimson colored Air Jordans.
Serving as the final Jordan Brand release of the month of February will be the Air Jordan 12 The Master.
Done up in a beautiful Black tumbled leather all throughout the upper, the shoe is slightly contrasted by white on the branding and gold on the upper eyelets. The inspiration for this blacked out colorway of the Air Jordan 12 comes from an old school Michael Jordan Nike poster featuring His Airness in position to strike fear into his opponent that released back in the 90’s. This pair of 12s will be releasing in men’s, GS, PS and TD sizes.
Take a look at the set of official images above and be sure to visit our Air Jordan 12 The Master launch page and be up to date with the latest images, videos, breaking news and much more.